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Clark College Environmental Action Club frustrated by officials’ response

Club members want foundation to divest from fossil fuels

By , Columbian staff writer
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Katelyn Sedig joined the Clark College Environmental Action Club last fall when she was approached by the previous president, who noticed she was reading “All We Can Save,” an environmental book focused on solutions to the climate crisis.

She said she decided to join the club because she wanted to make a change and is now its co-president.

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